Note: Skyline is still under active development and should be considered a beta product. Its usage and system requirements are subject to change between versions. See Versioning for more details.
More information about Skyline, including its documentation, can be found on the Skyline website.
Skyline works with GPU-based neural networks that are implemented in PyTorch.
To run Skyline, you need:
Skyline is installed using
pip and the Atom Package Manager (
pip install skyline-cliapm install skyline
Generally you need both packages to use Skyline. However, depending on your
use case and development setup, you may only need the
pip package or you may
need to install the packages on different machines. See the installation
page on the website for detailed
installation instructions tailored to different use cases.
After installing Skyline, you will be able to invoke the command line tool by
skyline in your shell.
To get started quickly, check out the Getting Started page on the Skyline website.
For more information about using Skyline, including standalone profiling and setting up a remote project, please see the Skyline documentation.
Skyline uses semantic versioning. Before the 1.0.0 release, backward compatibility between minor versions will not be guaranteed.
The Skyline command line tool and plugin use independent version numbers. However, it is very likely that minor and major versions of the command line tool and plugin will be released together (and hence share major/minor version numbers).
Generally speaking, the most recent version of the command line tool and plugin will be compatible with each other.
This repository holds the released version of the Skyline Atom plugin. Skyline is developed in a monorepository, which can be found here.
Skyline is open source software that is licensed under the Apache 2.0 License.
Please see the
NOTICE files in this repository for more
Skyline was written by and is primarily maintained by Geoffrey Yu (firstname.lastname@example.org).
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